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    How To: Obtain target-related sequences directly through target name and perform sequence alignment [Sponsored]
    Submitted by Chilly Cui; posted on Friday, December 08, 2023

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    This article aims to instruct you on how to swiftly locate related sequences via a simple one-click method, using the target name.

    Taking HER2 target as an example, suppose you are very concerned about antibody drugs related to the HER2 target, and you want to inquire about the publicly available antibody sequences for the HER2 target worldwide. This article will teach you how to search for related sequences with one click through the target name.

    Learn more: https://synapse.patsnap.com/blog/how-to-obtain-target-related-sequences-directly-through-target-name-and-perform-sequence-alignment

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